Big fan of the fish sandwich and the staff. Also, they were fantastic to work with when they recently catered a local event for my place of work downtown. Thanks!!
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Went for the first time to have a late lunch. One of the few places around this area that has a french dip sandwich. We both had it and it was delicious! Very pleasent and helpful staff. We will definitely go back again. Reasonable prices...More
Very good menu, from appetizers (flatbread, mushrooms, mussels, oh my), to main course delights and desserts. This is a favorite local place. The staff, service and ambiance are very good.
This is a small place but comfortable. Staff is always very friendly. You sit where you see a spot. I enjoy the decor. When you'll look at the menu you'll see it isn't extensive. That's not a drawback, because just about everything is great. The...More
Wonderful little restaurant in downtown Lancaster. Great menu with some interesting items. Check out the smoked tomato bisque!
I went here for lunch, by myself, and sat at the bar. The seating is limited, as it is pretty small. The waitresses were friendly, and talkitive dispite being extremely busy. I had the tomato soup and salad. The portions were good,and the food was...More
We dined here on a Friday for lunch. The service was quick, the restaurant was clean and the decor was nice. The food was amazing! We had the burger with smoked pulled pork on it and the mac n cheese dish. Both were very good....More
We have only had breakfast, and it is very good. Friends say lunch and dinner is even better. Small. Nice atmosphere.
Previously enjoyed breakfast here; however, dinner proved to be a disappointment. Unfortunately nothing inside this small place absorbs sound and the loud group next to us truly made it impossible to hear each other or our very soft spoken waitress. The entrees come with no...More
Great place hidden in downtown Lancaster. We have been there a few times and have had excellent food every time. The only problem we have ever had is the service is spotty.